According to this report [LINK], Taser International's clumsy lawyer Micheal Brave has excused himself from the IPICD(L). It's the "Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody Death (Lawsuits) (*)".
"Brave, now listed as an inactive director, says he remains a legal adviser at IPICD."
(* They don't actually include the word "...Lawsuits" in their name, but let's be honest - it's the true purpose.)
Peters sees nothing inappropriate about his Taser connections. "We are not aligned with them at all," he says, although "we did not distinguish ourselves enough" at the start.
No. The mistake was allowing Mr. Brave to do the IT work, leaving a trail of clues, firmly linking IPICD(L) to Taser International, ...evidence that could be seen from orbit (literally, since the ISS has access to the Internet).
Critics of Taser International have been vastly "misunderestimated".
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